Beloved Killeen, Texas Daiquiri Spot Vandalized, City Wants Answers
It really saddens me that businesses in Killeen, Texas have had ridiculous situations happening to them recently. I can remember when people around here looked out for each other, but nowadays it seems like there are too many selfish people looking to wreck what they can.
Just last month, a local thrift shop that's done so much for our community was vandalized, and last year someone even vandalized the mural honoring Vanessa Guillen.
Now another local institution has been hit.
THE ONES THAT GET IT GET IT, AND THE ONES THAT DON'T ARE PROBABLY NOT FROM KILLEEN
Sure outsiders who come here from the military have their opinion on how Killeen conducts itself as a city but for the people who were born and raised here we are well aware of how beautiful the city is and how much potential is in our great city. So when I heard that one of our small businesses was vandalized, it really disappointed me.
THIS IS NOT HOW WE HANDLE THINGS IN KILLEEN
Neighborhood Daiquiris, which has been part of our community for some time now, was vandalized yesterday, and what really bothers me about this is no one is coming forward.
Valette Reese and Davida Davis, the owners of this incredible establishment, have gone out of their way to show their appreciation to the city by literally naming their business Neighborhood Daiquiris in a neighborly spirit. For someone to come out and vandalize Neighborhood Daiquiris is, in my opinion, just an act of hatred. Literally, there was no other way to word that. It really infuriates me knowing that we as a community try so hard to make sure that everyone is treated the same and is appreciated and in return businesses are vandalized?
WE NEED TO TAKE CARE OF EACH OTHER, KILLEEN
If you know anything about the business being vandalized, PLEASE let the proper authorities know. That way we can hopefully prevent this from happening to any other businesses. Keep in mind that this city is our home, where our babies are raised and where they are taught everyday values just like you were taught growing up, like being kind to one another and most importantly, treating people the way you wanna be treated.
On the behalf of Townsquare Media, I would personally like to tell Neighborhood Daiquiri I am sorry for this incident and I hope Justice prevails!
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